Fredericksburg Country Club is an 18-hole course which started as 9-holes designed by James Gilmore Harrison in 1927. The back nine was added in 1962 with the help of Carl Rasnic, PGA, to create a fantastic 18 holes of golf. The greens were redesigned in 2002. The club course is known for its consistently excellent condition. The course has a friendly layout, as each hole is located near the prior green, which makes for a great walk. The club is centrally located between Richmond and Washington, D.C. and conveniently located just 10 minutes east of I-95.